The Sudanese army targets Rapid Support sites in Al-jazira State

The Sudanese army carried out intensive air strikes on neighborhoods in the city of Wad Madani, the capital of Al-Jazira State, and the eastern and southern regions of Al-Jazira State, targeting rapid support sites with its bombing, at a time when the head of the Transitional Sovereignty Council in Sudan, Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, held discussions on Sunday with the Special Envoy of the United Nations Secretary-General for Sudan. Ramtan Lamamra.

As part of its advance in several axes in this state, army forces set up a rapid support ambush in the Dar al-Salam area, which is about 30 kilometers west of Wad Madani, at a time when Sudanese army forces are stationed in the city of Al-Manaqil, which is about 60 kilometers west of Wad Madani.

A military source told that the Sudanese army was able to advance in the eastern regions of Al-Jazira following the attack on a Rapid Support force that gathered in “Jabal al-Buwayda” last Friday and was planning to attack the city of Al-Faw in Gedaref State, eastern Sudan.

Since mid-April 2023, the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces have been fighting a war that has left more than 12,000 dead and more than 7 million displaced and refugees, according to the United Nations.

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